Female Customers’ High Recommendations Earn Pearle Vision the Women’s Choice Award
Female customers are extremely satisfied with the eye care they receive at Pearle Vision®, according to a survey conducted by the Women’s Choice Award®.
Nine out of 10 women customers gave Pearle Vision the highest satisfaction rating and said they would recommend the brand to their families and friends. As a result of that high recommendation rating, Pearle Vision has been awarded the prestigious 2019 Women’s Choice Award.
Recommendations from friends carry considerable weight, as women increasingly turn to their peers for information on products and services. SheKnows Media says 86% of women surveyed trust reviews by “real people” over celebrity endorsements.
“As a brand that focuses on the female ‘chief health officer,’ it’s great validation that our target customer has recognized our brand with this award,” says Pearle Vision General Manager Alex Wilkes. “We know that today’s customer expects the highest quality of care, and this recognition affirms that our team delivers on our promise that nobody cares for eyes more than Pearle.”
Pearle Vision is one of the largest brands in the optical industry, with more than 500 locations in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. The brand has a proud history of more than 50 years of providing genuine, convenient, holistic eye care to patients.
The Women’s Choice Awards recognize brands, products and services that are most recommended and trusted by women. Awards are based on surveys of thousands of women and research conducted in partnership with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
“Women today have a tremendous amount of responsibility, and this leaves less time to sift through the overwhelming number of products at retail and online,” says Delia Passi, founder and CEO of the Women’s Choice Award. “Our goal is to simplify her choices so that she doesn’t have to sacrifice on getting the very best brands and services for herself and her family. The Women’s Choice Award seal is validation that women can expect a superior experience.”